Navigation Links
NIH extends commitment to transformative research with 2008 Pioneer, New Innovator Awards
Date:9/21/2008

Ph.D., Massachusetts Institute of Technology and Broad Institute assistant professor of biology, who will examine how the regulatory networks that control cell function change over time in development, disease, and evolution.

  • Aravinthan D.T. Samuel, Ph.D., Harvard University associate professor of physics, who will develop new biophysical and imaging techniques to link behavioral responses with neuronal activity.

  • Saeed Tavazoie, Ph.D., Princeton University associate professor of molecular biology, who will explore how intracellular networks allow microbes to carry out cognitive behavior.

  • Alice Y. Ting, Ph.D., Massachusetts Institute of Technology associate professor of chemistry, who will develop new technologies to image and study proteins in living cells.

  • Alexander van Oudenaarden, Ph.D., Massachusetts Institute of Technology professor of physics, who will explore the role of random variables in gene expression during cellular development and specialization.

    2008 NIH Director's New Innovator Award Recipients

    • Zev Bryant, Ph.D., Stanford University assistant professor of bioengineering, who will study biological energy consumption and force generation by re-engineering the mechanical functions of molecular machines found in cells.

    • Ronald J. Buckanovich, M.D., Ph.D., University of Michigan Comprehensive Cancer Center assistant professor of internal medicine and gynecologic oncology, who will develop a mouse model of cancer that expresses human tumor vessels and can be used to develop new treatments targeting these structures.

    • Timothy Cardozo, M.D., Ph.D., New York University School of Medicine assistant professor of pharmacology, who will design novel molecules intended to slow or kill malaria parasites.

    • Karen L. Christman, Ph.D., University of California, San Diego, assistant professor of bioengineering, who will develop patterned surf
      '/>"/>

    Contact: Ann Dieffenbach
    dieffena@nigms.nih.gov
    301-496-7301
    NIH/National Institute of General Medical Sciences
    Source:Eurekalert

    Page: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9

    Related biology news :

    1. DOE JGI extends the capabilities of the Integrated Microbial Genome System
    2. Successful cooperation extends Dragon Program
    3. Thinking makes it so: Science extends reach of prosthetic arms
    4. FIJI Water announces sustainable growth initiative with commitment to help mitigate climate change
    5. U of M researchers identify gene linked to common ailment in labrador retrievers
    6. Friendly bacteria protect against type 1 diabetes, Yale researchers find
    7. Life Sciences Discovery Fund advances latest research proposals
    8. Using novel tool, UD researchers dig through cell trash and find treasure
    9. Longevity, cancer and diet connected: New research in worms could apply to humans
    10. Research pushes back history of crop development 10,000 years
    11. Nanotechnology: A brave new world requires bold new research approaches
  • Post Your Comments:
    *Name:
    *Comment:
    *Email:
    (Date:2/5/2015)... Research and Markets ( http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/6lngtl/global_biometrics ... "Global Biometrics Market (2014-2020): Market Forecast By Technologies, ... to their offering. , In ... is anticipated to overtake North America ... spending towards IT security, government biometric based projects ...
    (Date:2/5/2015)... , Feb. 3, 2015 Despite a ... from industries such as consumer electronics, automotive, storage ... surface mount technology (SMT) screen printers. Innovations in ... control will push the adoption curve up. Meanwhile, ... steady as glue dispensers are indispensable in the ...
    (Date:1/22/2015)... , Jan. 9, 2015 Valid S.A. ("Company") (BM&FBOVESPA: VLID3 ... in general the State of Washington,s ... a new enrollment and central issuance system for driver,s licenses ... The project planning and development will start in January ...
    Breaking Biology News(10 mins):Global Biometrics Market (2014-2020): Market Forecast By Technologies, Applications, End Use, Regions and Countries 2Global Biometrics Market (2014-2020): Market Forecast By Technologies, Applications, End Use, Regions and Countries 3End-user Demand Spurs Global SMT Screen Printers and Glue Dispensers Market 2End-user Demand Spurs Global SMT Screen Printers and Glue Dispensers Market 3Valid USA Signs Contract For Washington Driver's License Issuance 2
    ... 15, 2012) -- Vision researchers at Barrow Neurological ... of light sources to human vision. By tuning lighting ... the researchers believe billions of dollars in energy costs ... was conducted by Stephen Macknik, PhD, of Barrow,s Laboratory ...
    ... have evolved cellular processes that allow them to take ... Since they were first discovered and isolated in 1975 ... these unique bacteria, whether as a means to isolate ... producing these minerals. A new video-article in JoVE ...
    ... settlements on the east coast of America may have been ... according to scientists. New research pinpointing the positions of ... Greenland, during the Ordovician Period 450 million years ago, indicates ... America with a hurricane belt to the east. ...
    Cached Biology News:Barrow scientists discover ways to optimize light sources for vision 2Video-article shows how to purify magnetic bacteria 2USA's ancient hurricane belt and the US-Canada equator 2USA's ancient hurricane belt and the US-Canada equator 3
    (Date:3/3/2015)... NEW YORK , March 3, 2015 ... that Jeffrey I.D. Lewis has joined the ... Practice, resident in the New York ... also handles trademark matters, as well as other intellectual ... registered patent attorney, Mr. Lewis represents both plaintiffs and ...
    (Date:3/3/2015)... HubCast® Inc. ( http://www.hubcast.com ), the leader in ... its Global Print Supply Chain with next-day delivery of ... cities across 75 countries globally. The HubCast Global ... enterprises ease, speed, reach, quality, cost savings and control ... real-world delivery at postal address around the globe. ...
    (Date:3/3/2015)... 3, 2015  Thingee Corporation, a software development company ... presentation entitled, "Technology Adoption: Making Reps, Lives Easier" during ... and Technology ,  in Deerfield Beach, Florida ... 2015. Audiences looking to learn how technology can help ... be in the audience for the Thingee presentation. ...
    (Date:3/3/2015)... , March 3, 2015 AtheroNova Inc. (OTCQB: ... Operations, Inc., filed voluntary petitions under Chapter 11 of the ... of California , Santa Ana ... The Company,s Chapter 11 cases are expected to be jointly ... a Bankruptcy Court supervised asset sale process, for all or ...
    Breaking Biology Technology:Leading Patent Attorney Jeffrey Lewis Joins Fried Frank's Intellectual Property Litigation Practice 2Leading Patent Attorney Jeffrey Lewis Joins Fried Frank's Intellectual Property Litigation Practice 3HubCast Expands Global Print Supply Chain: Launches New Product Suite 2HubCast Expands Global Print Supply Chain: Launches New Product Suite 3HubCast Expands Global Print Supply Chain: Launches New Product Suite 4Thingee to present at 11th Annual Synergistix Users Conference 2AtheroNova and its Subsidiary File for Chapter 11 Bankruptcy Protection 2AtheroNova and its Subsidiary File for Chapter 11 Bankruptcy Protection 3AtheroNova and its Subsidiary File for Chapter 11 Bankruptcy Protection 4
    ... College, MIT, Clemson and Virginia have used nanotechnology to ... of merit of p-type half-Heusler, a common bulk semiconductor ... journal Nano Letters . The dramatic increase ... material,s relative thermoelectric performance, could pave the way for ...
    ... RxTrials, Inc., a network of premier clinical research ... national clinical research consultant and education provider, has earned ... certification was presented by the Women,s Business Enterprise National ... visit. The nationally recognized certification from WBENC ...
    ... that a new market research report is available ... of In Vitro and In Vivo Diagnostic Integration ... The term in-vitro/in-vivo diagnostics (IV2D) describes the integration ... as well as new software and IT platforms. ...
    Cached Biology Technology:Nanotech milling produces dramatic increase in thermoelectric performance of bulk semiconductor 2RxTrials Earns National Women-Owned Business Certification 2Reportlinker Adds The Future of In Vitro and In Vivo Diagnostic Integration 2Reportlinker Adds The Future of In Vitro and In Vivo Diagnostic Integration 3
    ... (ARCA) is a modified cap analog in ... m7G) is replaced with OCH3. Because of ... initiate transcription with the remaining hydroxyl group ... orientation. As a result, unlike transcripts synthesized ...
    ... structure called a ?cap? is present ... eukaryotic mRNAs and many viral RNAs. ... portion of the GTP present in ... in the synthesis of transcripts with ...
    ... A modified nucleotide structure called a ... of most naturally-occurring eukaryotic mRNAs and ... Analog for a portion of the ... transcription reaction results in the synthesis ...
    ... modified nucleotide structure called a ?cap? ... most naturally-occurring eukaryotic mRNAs and many ... for a portion of the GTP ... reaction results in the synthesis of ...
    Biology Products: